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====Archery in Combat====
 
====Archery in Combat====
Archery in Combat differs from combat archery in that it is only done in set volleys at the beginning of combat and does not require the same standard of protection for the receivers of flights should be bound at each end and for their entire length. (Unbound flights will be accepted at present).
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Archery in Combat differs from combat archery in that it is only done in set volleys at the beginning of combat and does not require the same standard of protection for the receivers of flights should be bound at each end and for their entire length. (Unbound flights will be accepted at presentshould to reduce the risk of shattering.  
*[[Shaft]]s should be regularly oiled to reduce the risk of shattering.  
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*[[Nock]]s should be [[wood]]. [[Horn]] inserts into the nock are acceptable. (Plastic is currently tolerated, but is not desirable and may be refused in type (HTM and Riverhaven MKII) are to be used.
*[[Nock]]s should be carved into the [[wood]]. [[Horn]] inserts into the nock are acceptable. (Plastic is currently tolerated, but is not desirable and may be refused in future).
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*Only genuine rubber archery blunts of an approved type (HTM and Riverhaven MKII) are to be used.
 
 
 
===United Kingdom===
 
===United Kingdom===
 
====Combat Blunts====
 
====Combat Blunts====

Revision as of 17:52, 4 April 2007